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Works Cited

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Kayla Lathrop

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Transcript of Works Cited

The Wikipedia Debate
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Now its your turn!
Go to Google Classroom and complete the Citation Practice Worksheet
What is it?
Plagiarism is using someone's thoughts and words and presenting them as your own

A works cited page is what you put together to prevent plagiarism. It is showing that you used someone's thoughts and ideas.
Why is it important?
Works Cited and Plagiarism
How do I cite my resources?
Why is it important NOW? To YOU?
Practice, Practice, Practice
Look for..
Author
Title
Date Published
Sponsor
URL
Almost everything you find on Wikipedia can be found on other websites.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrie_Underwood
Learning Target: I can cite my sources when doing research.
* You will have to delete the blanks on the worksheet
http://libraries.ucsd.edu/services/instruction/preventing-plagiarism/real-world-examples.html
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